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$50 One Day Buffet Pass for Five Las Vegas Hotels - Total Rewards Members

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It's good all day at five different buffets starting at $49.99 for Total Rewards members and $59.99 for Non-Total Rewards members. Fuel up for the morning with a made-to-order omelette, satisfy your afternoon appetite with some sushi and seafood or just enjoy every meal throughout the day at a different spot.

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Passes can be purchased at participating Total Rewards Centers or at the cashier stands at any of the participating buffets. Simply walk up to any participating buffet and ask for the Buffet of Buffets pass. You'll receive your credential which is good for 24 hours from the time of purchase. Then dig in!

Passes are valid at these Las Vegas properties: Harrahs, Flamingo, Paris, Planet Hollywood and Rio. Upgrade fee applies to Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace and Carnival World & Seafood Buffet at Rio Las Vegas per person per visit.
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Good Lord!! I remember doing this over a decade ago, lol, never again.

The lines are way too long at the good Buffets and the quality has gone down soooooo much!
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50 dollars is too much. Need the senior discount...lol. Looks like the upgrade fee is an extra $20 for seafood, if you were wondering, like me.
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For people that want to complain that $50 is too much, a friggin sandwich and soda on the Strip can cost you $18 alone pre-tip. Even if you eat two meals at two different places, $25 nowadays in LV is a value for a full meal.
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Or, go to the taco joint a block north of the Wynn for cheap, good eats.
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Las Vegas is not what it used to be.
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I did this a few years ago when I was at Vegas. If you plan it right, you can really take advantage of it.

Once I got the pass, I did a late lunch on the first day, early dinner, late dinner
Next day went to Flamingo for breakfast, early lunch, late lunch, and an early dinner. Got 7 meals out of the deal. Now that's a Slickdeal. Smilie
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Here is the FAQ for Buffet of Buffet [caesars.com]

Caesars's Bacchanal Buffet is still probably the best buffet on the strip, but it its the most expensive..
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Or, go to the taco joint a block north of the Wynn for cheap, good eats.
Tacos El Gordo FTW.
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It's clever than they're asking for an upgrade fee for Caesars buffet. If the $50 included that one then it would be a great deal.
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This is nothing special, been this ever since they started the promo.
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Too bad the Bellagio isn't included.
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or bally's sterling buffet.
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Great deal, and I just happen to be in Vegas this week for CES, thanks!
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driving to LV tomorrow evening for 2 nights but no way I am getting this garbage buffet ..LOL
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